October 16, 2019
VSU Theatre and Dance Presents “Fall Dances: UNBOUND” Oct. 17-20
VALDOSTA — Valdosta State University Theatre and Dance will present “Fall Dances: UNBOUND” Oct. 17-20 in Sawyer Theatre. Tickets are on sale now.
With several works performed by VSU Repertory Dancers and choreographed by VSU Dance faculty, “Fall Dances: UNBOUND” explores “classic and contemporary forms of dance and blurs the boundaries of traditional performance,” according to a description from VSU Theatre and Dance.
“Dances will provoke, inspire, liberate, and leave audiences in awe as dancers weave storytelling, abstract thought, and superb artistry on the stage and in the air,” according to the description.
Performances of “Fall Dances: UNBOUND” will be held at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 17, through Saturday, Oct. 19, and at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20.
Individual tickets are $17 for adults, $16 for senior citizens, $13 for children and non-VSU students, and free for all VSU students with a valid 1Card. Tickets for groups of 10 or more people at a single performance are $12 per person.
Tickets may be reserved by calling the VSU Theatre and Dance Box Office at (229) 333-5973 between the hours of 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday or by visiting www.ticketreturn.com 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The VSU Theatre and Dance Box Office is located on the first floor of the Fine Arts Building, at the intersection of Oak Street and Brookwood Drive, and may be reached by calling (229) 333-5973. Sawyer Theatre is located on the second floor.
VSU Theatre and Dance is committed to fostering excellence within its theatre performance, theatre production, theatre management, musical theatre, and dance programs while also contributing to the lifelong learning and cultural development of the citizens of South Georgia, North Florida, and beyond. Its 2019-2020 performance season continues throughout the fall and spring semesters with Shakespeare’s “Othello,” “How I Became A Pirate,” “Truth and Other Lies,” and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Broadway musical “Cats.”
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